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that -- but that it will be fixed. >> the affordable care act is right up there with social security, medicare, affordable care for all americans as their right not a privilege. >> reporter: president obama met with assurance executives on friday in hopes of getting their support to renew policy that is were cancelled. >>> new video of tonight shows the effect of typhoon haiyan as it surged through the philippine island. haiyan was the biggest typhoon ever to make land fall. >> we have to gather food. we have to gather water. we have to make anything out of anything that we have left. >> reporter: people in the devastated city waited for long lines to get rations of water and sardines. >>> here in the bay area relief efforts continue even though there's concern of what they're calling donor fatigue. raising funds and supplies here doesn't seem to be a problem. >> reporter: inside the church of st. isabela there were prayers for those lost. and outside the church on parish grounds an effort to render aid to the victims of typhoon. one of those tropping off supplies is azella metzger. >> my uncle was lost. thank
.com. the center for medicare and medicaid services says the high tech manpower will help solve issues to handle large scale operations. the government is promising that the site will be running properly by the end of next month. >>> our connective world is getting even more connected. now the faa is allowing passengers to use electronic devices. travelers had a universal reaction tonight. it's about time. deborah. >> reporter: it's a rule that frustrating passengers and some shrug at it. several passengers left their cell phone on when it was supposed to be off. but soon it won't matter anymore. >> when you can get diamonds and stuff. >> reporter: mind craft on his i pad mini kept robert entertained flying five hours today. >> it occupies his time really well. we're really looking forward to when we can play all the way through till the landing. how does that sound. >> reporter: for delta customers that day may be tomorrow. it's the first airline to clear the faa required safety checks proving its fleet can operate with cell phones, laptopping, tablets and e readers on. >> i am pleased to annou
, resulting on many resulting on government assistance. >> some qualify for food stamps, medicare and medicaid, some get section 8 they can't afford housing. >> reporter: she was taken into custody she said it was hard to make ends meet when she worked there. >> i don't own a car, live in my parents old home i had to take on a second job. i had two part-time jobs. >> reporter: they claim 99% of employees make more than minimum wage paying 1 1.8 $3 an hour for part and full time. protestors say they would like to make a base of 25,000 dollars a year. >> that is a poverty wage they are taking on second jobs, having to use food stamps, rental assistance other public programs to get by. >> reporter: managers expected today's protest which for the most part was peaceful. they are not surprised it was black friday. >> we are not surprised there are some people out there using this platform to get their message out. we understand that, don't like it but respect their right to do that. >> reporter: protestors don't want people to boycott wal-mart but want people paid enough to take care of their famil
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